My bet is, U.S. Rep. John Mica is about to be vindicated. You might remember the Republican congressman from Central Florida took it on the chin after he questioned FBI Director James Comey during a July 9 House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing.
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Florida would be crazy to lose Marco Rubio in the U.S. Senate. I mean really crazy.
In a highly anticipated second television debate, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and Congressman Patrick Murphy will square off against each other at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday at Broward College in Davie.
It's not so bad, says the Obama administration. So what if health insurance premiums under the Affordable Care Act are going up in 2017? No biggee. Most people affected will get increased subsidies to make up the difference. Problem solved.
A trial challenging the Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering's recognition of a new horsemen's group at Hialeah is set to begin in Tallahassee Tuesday. Those close to horsemen's issues in Florida have said the under-the-radar trial in the courtroom of Administrative Law Judge Lawrence P. Stevenson could have state and national implications.
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How does a millionaire's kid lacking credentials or accomplishment launch a political career virtually overnight? In Patrick Murphy's case, easy.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, cosponsor of a bill aimed at saving Florida's landmark and oldest remaining family-owned cigar maker, visited the J.C. Newman Cigar Co. in the Ybor City section of Tampa Wednesday to give its employees hope and draw attention to the cigar maker's plight.
No wonder Florida has a national reputation as a judicial hellhole. For better or worse, more and more lawyers are the ones making the laws in this state. And for worse, more and more trial lawyers.